Township Today - November 2019

Township Today - November 2019

Northville Township Today
Posted on 11/18/2019
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Click here to view the e-newsletter for November 2019.


Here's some highlights from the November issue:

Thanksgiving

TOWNSHIP OFFICES CLOSED:

Thursday, November 28 and Friday, November 29

On behalf of everyone at Northville Township, we want to wish you and your family a safe and joyful extended holiday weekend.

Please note that those with Thursday trash pick-up will have a one day delay.


Vote
DID YOU KNOW THAT YOU ARE ELIGIBLE TO VOTE ABSENTEE IN 2020?


In accordance with new Michigan state law, Township residents who are registered to vote may request they be placed on our Permanent Absentee List (PAL). By adding your name to the list, you will be sent an application to vote that must be signed and returned to the Clerk’s Office. Once the signed application is returned, an absentee ballot will be mailed. Residents may always choose to not return the application and vote at the polls. The Clerk's Office DOES NOT automatically send out absentee ballots.

If you would like to be added to the permanent absentee list (PAL), it can be accomplished by:

1. Calling the clerk’s office at 248-348-5825,

2. Completing the PAL list request form here! 

3. Visiting the clerk’s office at Township Hall (second floor), 44405 Six Mile Road, Northville, MI 48168

REMEMBER: Absentee ballots are processed on the day of the election and EVERY absentee ballot vote counts.

For more information about the Clerk's Office, contact 248.348.5825



HAVE YOU CHECKED OUT THE WINTER PARKS AND RECREATION ACTIVITIES BROCHURE?


Did you know that our Winter brochure is now online? There are programs, classes and special events for all ages! Resident registration begins on December 10 and non-resident registration starts December 13. Take a look inside HERE!



YARD WASTE PICK-UP INFORMATION

Last week of pick-up will be December 16-19

The snow has started falling, but some of you are still dealing with fall leaf clean-up. GFL does collect your yard waste. Yard waste includes: Garden waste, leaves, lawn cuttings, shrubs & tree trimmings/pruning waste. Please place your yard waste out in 32-35 gallon plastic and metal containers marked "Yard Waste." Biodegradable (kraft bag) yard waste paper bags can also be set out for collection during the compost season.

Your last week of yard waste pick-up for 2019 will begin December 16.